Klay Thompson will re-sign with Warriors, ‘no question,' his father says


Klay Thompson has spent eight years with the Warriors. As the team moves from Oakland to San Francisco, it sure sounds like he'll stay in the Bay Area for at least another five.

Thompson's father, Mychal, told the San Francisco Chronicle's Connor Letourneau that there's "no question" his son will re-sign with the Warriors this summer.

Thompson is scheduled to become a free agent on June 30. ESPN's Brian Windhorst said Friday morning that the Warriors intend to offer the shooting guard a max contract that will be worth around $191 million over five years.

But the sharpshooter is set to be out until February or March after he sustained a torn left ACL on Thursday night during the Warriors' season-ending 114-110 loss to the Raptors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

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All season long, Thompson and the Warriors have made it clear that they want to keep this marriage going. So, it appears the Splash Brothers — Thompson and Steph Curry — will stay in the Bay for many years to come.

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